Category: Celtic Church Roots

On “Ireland and the Celtic Church” by George T. Stokes, D.D., M.R.I.A, University of Dublin

“Ireland and the Celtic Church” by Dr Stokes is an eye opening account of the Culdees’ history, religion, and tradition. It is not comprehensive, such as others which covered the Calendar, but it brings out many interesting aspects of the Celtic tradition. A point with which we disagree on the author is the dating of […]

“Our Scythian Ancestors” by E W Filmer

OUR SCYTHIAN ANCESTORS By W. Edmund Filmer B.A. WITHIN half a century of the House of Israel going into exile, the Scythians were mentioned for the first time in any historical document. These documents, which date from the reign of Esarhaddon, King of Assyria (681-669 B.C.), were recovered from the archives of Nineveh and are […]

Manasseh, the Double-portion Inheritor by J H Allen

Manasseh, the Double-portion Inheritor by R. J. H. Allen Author of Judah Sceptre and Joseph’s Birthright, 1902 The Case Stated In our former works we have shown that as descendants of Joseph, son of Jacob, the people of these United States of America have for a portion of their inheritance a part in the oath-bound covenant […]

Free book: “Primitive Worship and The Prayer Book”, Appreciating Our (BCP) English Orthodox Liturgy

Dear Friend, Please enjoy this highly uplifting book that expounds upon the value and origins of our English liturgy (Book of Common Prayer). This PDF is now in public domain (as it was published in 1917) and so is freely re-distributable such as found below. You can best get it as a book in print from amazon […]

Irish Saints in Great Britain, more knowledge on the Culdees

Irish Saints in Great Britain. A great portion of the Orthodox Church of the Culdees is comprised of the well known Irish Saints. So our libraries would not be complete without several volumes on the topic. Download or Read the full PDF “Irish Saints in Britain”. Freely read it on our website. Let us know […]

“Ireland and the Celtic Church” by George Thomas Stokes Pub 1892

Another great book covering the distinct characteristics of our Orthodox Celtic Church: “Ireland and the Celtic Church” download PDF A History of Ireland from St. Patrick to the English Conquest in 1172 By George Thomas Stokes · 1892 The Orthodox Church of the Culdees is a gathering of the Celtic church from East and West. Culdees in […]

The Early British Church, from the book “Celt, Druid and Culdee” by Elder

The Gospel to Britain #2 Christianity in the first centuries AD in Britain From the book “Celt, Druid and Culdee” (1973) by Isabel Hill Elder THE EARLY BRITISH CHURCH THE name by which the British Church was first known in these islands was the Culdee Church, the natural result of Christianity having been introduced by […]

Read JUDAH’S SCEPTRE AND JOSEPH’S BIRTHRIGHT pt1, a Classic British Israel Book

The Orthodox Church of the Culdees is pleased to present you with a Classic British Israel book, entitled “Judah’s Sceptre and Joseph’s Birthright” – free PDF, click to read/download. You can also read the online text version below. Otherwise buy the book in print: “Judah’s Sceptre and Joseph’s Birthright” available on amazon.com We believe you […]

Merging of the Official “Zion” Known as Western Christendom with the Geographical Zion/Salem

Latest update February 2022: Brunswick Continuing Knights Templar House of the Original Angevin Royals’ branch, with full Royal protections of the Templar, incl. fons honorum by Rev Dr Stephen MK Brunswick, OCC Pub 2021 Announcement: This is a true Templar message for the day in which we live, Deus Vult (Note: the Templar worshipped in […]

The Historic Celtic Church and Today’s Orthodox Church of the Culdees

The subject of Celtic Church itself is a vast area of interest around the world. Tens of thousands of inspiring articles and pages circulate on the internet just as it relates to the Celtic Church. Many of these are on our website www.st-andrewsocc.org The earliest Christian priests of the Celtic lands are called Culdees. So […]

The last Orthodox King of England Harold Godwinson

Many have read about the Orthodox history, and our Culdee roots preserved through Orthodox Bishops both in England, within Visigothic, Waldensian, Ostrogothic and other branches who refused to join with Rome. Officially King Harold was known as the last Orthodox King of England. Sabbath was the central theme for the Orthodox of England. The refusal […]